Donna Meke’da Bradley
The black family is colorful, memorable, wonderful people. Even in times when we seem absent our color shines through, through celebration. We have history connected to the beat and it’s that unity of all of its harmony, that is what plays a part in what defines us.
Art for me has always been a vehicle to escape through imagination and creates excitement for me in the process. I was born in Texas, and raised in Gardena Ca, Although I started out as a poet/writer, mentored by the Legendary Watts prophets of Los Angeles, visual art became another way to transcend my written metaphoric thoughts and ideas later in life. After attending Otis College of Art And Design as a sculpture new genres major I began to focused more on visual arts using recycled materials.